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Scalable Vector Graphics

SVG is a W3C standardized, open source, text based, XML name-space. It is also a part of HTML5.   Though these svg test pages just use SVG and SMIL (with HTML and JavaScript) and so they are not really HTML5.

Back in 2000 and 2001 when SVG was just nearing it's 1.0 capabilities I created an Experimental SVG Site which, at the time, would only run in Internet Explorer with the Adobe SVG Viewer.  That version is fortunately still running in IE8 if you install the, now discontinued and unsupported, Adobe SVG Viewer 3  which does a great job rendering the graphics as well as plays audio files. None of the new implementations handle HTML5 audio well.

Sadly, this standard has taken 12 years to be anywhere near reasonably well implemented in browsers and is still poorly implemented in most. Google's Chrome browser is the most compatible (Thanks G!), and Firefox and Opera do okay, though with some errors and they only have some features working.

I have updated the "test site" to be compatible with Chrome and the newer implementations, changing mostly the color scheme, but with some other minor changes as well.


New version for
Google Chrome
(also partially works with Firefox, Opera, etc.)

Burning Pixel Productions' experimental SVG Site

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SVG Kaleidoscope


Original versions for
IE with Adobe Viewer
Install the Adobe SVG plug-in

Burning Pixel Productions' experimental SVG Site

>>   View site   <<

Interactive SVG Key Spline Tool

- SVG Kaleidoscope -



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Here's a scripting experiment I did with Adobe Flash a while back.
It's a snow system I spent some time on to give it a bit of life with noise, 'lighting', and depth of field.
Check the test here... (Flash is not available on the iPhone.)

Flash snow window




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